- A - Alexanderplatz
Berlin's most famous square Alexanderplatz is home to many stores, cinemas, and a new shopping mall , The Alexa, opened in 2007 and it is home to 140 stores.
- B - Brandenburg Gate
One of Berlin's most iconic buildings, this landmark was constructed between 1788 and 1791. It is the only remaining gate in Berlin and is the scene for many national celebrations including New Years Eve festivities and of course, the fall of the Berlin Wall.
- C - Checkpoint Charlie Museum
Berlin's most famous museum is home to all things relating to the Berlin Wall. The guided tour's theme is "the Berlin Wall 1961 to today" and should not be missed. As the crossing location of the Berlin Wall for tourists, diplomats and visitors, Checkpoint Charlie was as famous as the city itself. This museum displays an original segment of the Berlin Wall and provides regular guided tours.
- D - Fernsehturm
Fernsehturm is a television tower in the center of Berlin with a height of 365 meters. There is a rotating restaurant above the visitor's platform which can provide visibility of 25 miles on a clear day.
- E - KaDeWe
KaDeWe is one of the largest department stores in continental Europe; it has 60,000 sq metres of retail space and attracts up to 50,000 visitors per day.
- F - Marzahn Park
This park is an oasis of calm, relaxation and rest in the middle of Berlin. It features playgrounds, Japanese water gardens and a Chinese garden. It is all beautifully manicured and children will also enjoy the serenity here.
- G - Olympic Stadium
This historic stadium was built for the 1936 Olympics and in 1996 hosted the World Cup final. It is home to Berlin's Hertha Berlin and guided tours are available.
- H - Potsdamer Platz Arcades
One of Berlin's new modern malls this has three levels of shopping encompassing 100 shops along with restaurants and cafes to suit every taste. Cinemas are also located at this mall.
- I - Reichstag
The Reichstag is an architectural wonder and is one of Berlin's most visited attractions. It features a glass dome on top of the building which allows visitors a 360 degree view of the city. Lines can be long in the busy summer months.